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  • MamazMamaz

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 11/20/05 at 03:48
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    How long have you use it?

    I receives Monday, I am very excited ...
    It is quite feasible to mix the mouse, but what long as we lose time.
    There's marketing guy at behringer who understood.
    At that price, I guess there will not be the little leather pad as a SSL!
    But for many home studio, she falls smack bang! that's the point.
  • ZeOliviermZeOlivierm

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 09/15/04 at 01:27
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    Bought it two days ago.
    Control with cubase emualtion Mackie
    motorized faders
    PRICE / functionalities

    I tried a Korg microKONTROL forward to see anything, keyboard but no more in control.
    Bcp consult the forums and I am confident in my choice.
  • jopojopo

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 09/23/04 at 00:49
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    Qlq'1 Can anyone tell me how does the BCF 2000 with ProTools?
    Is that the BCF is the BABY HUI Mackie?
    Thank you
  • placetuco replacetuco re

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 02/08/07 at 16:09
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    HELLO I HAVE JUST BUY THIS CONTROLLER D OCCASE AND IT POSTER NON STOP: MC C
    IS WHAT I SHOULD WORRY M.
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY.
    PS: C IS TO CONTROL FRUITY LOOP 6 (J C HOPE CAN)
    best regards
  • xaniboxanibo

    Very helpful

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 12/19/13 at 14:03
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    I used to mix for 3 essentially, it is very convenient and avoids the constant hand on the mouse.
  • olivier Numérissonolivier Numérisson

    Helpful

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 04/20/13 at 17:59
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    It gave me a few months ago.

    It's super basic, no touch (Pro Tools or Pyramix therefore resume the hand as soon as you stop moving the faders), the faders are not accurate enough to mix

    I know a few others: Euphonix S5MC (super), Euphonix Artist series (good), Mackie (stew)

    However, despite mediocre performance, it is super helpful to me in order to change the recording balances in my Pyramix. And as I'm moving, I do not want to take a high-end controller that I risk of damaging. on the other hand, mix with is science fiction.
  • Anonymous

    Unbeatable value for Q / P

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 01/25/13 at 08:24
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    Honestly, this small area is MOTORIZED trè effective for mixing, recording noon, bland and write volume curves. She can do plenty of other things just linger

    The only downside is some engine noise but it is manageable.
  • g.romanog.romano

    AWESOME!

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 01/24/13 at 09:54
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    How long have you been using?
    I use it for about 2 years.


    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    No, I already knew because colleagues have.


    What is so special that you like most and least?
    The most to me is being able to fully configure the interface.
    I see no negative points about this product.


    How do you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    The price / quality ratio seems quite suitable. I want to buy a second.
  • bazzzoukkbazzzoukk

    Essential

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 10/14/12 at 09:51
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    I use it for 6 months, in addition to the function of my keyboard daw SX8 Yamaha.
    The value for money is incredible, where other brands then take us for pigeons?
    I intend to buy a second console very soon, as well as complement BCR.
    It lacks a joystick, I compensate for the time by using one of my keyboard, but I will anyway buy for 50 euros a contour ShuttleXpress in addition to solve this problem and I spend 100% of the mice.
    Result for a mini budget, you can have a control surface equivalent to a MackieControl if we add a BCR 2000 and a shuttle, and even much higher with 2 BCF cascade BRC + + shuttle.
    Programming console is simplistic in learn mode, and the mode mackie_control …
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    I use it for 6 months, in addition to the function of my keyboard daw SX8 Yamaha.
    The value for money is incredible, where other brands then take us for pigeons?
    I intend to buy a second console very soon, as well as complement BCR.
    It lacks a joystick, I compensate for the time by using one of my keyboard, but I will anyway buy for 50 euros a contour ShuttleXpress in addition to solve this problem and I spend 100% of the mice.
    Result for a mini budget, you can have a control surface equivalent to a MackieControl if we add a BCR 2000 and a shuttle, and even much higher with 2 BCF cascade BRC + + shuttle.
    Programming console is simplistic in learn mode, and the mode mackie_control can control the main apps, Cubase, Logic, Live8, without needing to program.
    I see no reason to spend more, unless you want to impress potential clients a sound studio with a console look more professional, I can understand when making audio services billed.
    But for me, as a musician, my job is to impress the ears and not the eyes, then look machines I do not care as long as they all are reliable and efficient, which is very is the case of BCF 2000.
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  • audiotripaudiotrip

    Essential

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 07/13/12 at 15:11
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    Used intensively for one month, this product is a must have!
    Unbeatable value for money.
    So yes it is plastic, so it looks fragile, so the faders are noisy (clack of the reset is brutal!), So the screen is useless but for 189 euros, we control its DAW so "natural" and intuitive.
    Ok, you sometimes have to type and hours of research of all kinds of settings if you want to do something a little personal but once that's settled, what is happiness. In addition, Mackie mode is recognized by most software and reveals the BCF as a control surface, very convenient for a first grip.
    At last report the tremendous community around this bike, it's pretty easy to find information and get the full…
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    Used intensively for one month, this product is a must have!
    Unbeatable value for money.
    So yes it is plastic, so it looks fragile, so the faders are noisy (clack of the reset is brutal!), So the screen is useless but for 189 euros, we control its DAW so "natural" and intuitive.
    Ok, you sometimes have to type and hours of research of all kinds of settings if you want to do something a little personal but once that's settled, what is happiness. In addition, Mackie mode is recognized by most software and reveals the BCF as a control surface, very convenient for a first grip.
    At last report the tremendous community around this bike, it's pretty easy to find information and get the full potential of the craft.
    I have not tried other models but one thing is sure, I can no longer do without.
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  • MGR/CzarMGR/Czar

    Behringer BCF2000

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 08/02/10 at 15:00
    The BCF is a usb powered motorized 8 fader control surface retailing for under $200. It has 2 buttons per channel along wit a endless rotary knobs. The BCF2000 comes logic, mackie, and hui control built in and can be programmed to control and midi capable feature in your selected software.

    I wanted a control surface to help control Logic and Pro Tools and 8 motorized faders for under $200 is hard not to look at. I purchased this control from Musiciansfriend for $179. After doing some research this control surface got pretty good reviews.

    This control surface is really bang for your buck. Motorized fader for under $200 you will not find anywhere else. Expect to pay at least $900 one. Fader…
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    The BCF is a usb powered motorized 8 fader control surface retailing for under $200. It has 2 buttons per channel along wit a endless rotary knobs. The BCF2000 comes logic, mackie, and hui control built in and can be programmed to control and midi capable feature in your selected software.

    I wanted a control surface to help control Logic and Pro Tools and 8 motorized faders for under $200 is hard not to look at. I purchased this control from Musiciansfriend for $179. After doing some research this control surface got pretty good reviews.

    This control surface is really bang for your buck. Motorized fader for under $200 you will not find anywhere else. Expect to pay at least $900 one. Fader responsiveness is good enough to use. Once set up it will take some time to learn since functions aren't listed on the controller, but once you learn them this can speed up your work flow. The size of this controller is good. its 13x11 so it won't take up a lot of room on your desk. Other control surfaces like the mackie and alesis I find rather large.

    My biggest complaint is there in no led screens to see which track you have selected in pro tools, in logic this is not a problem because one of the buttons highlights to show selected track. Also this was an absolute pain to get working with Pro Tools. Had to do a lot of downloading extra software and configuring. Once it was set up it was fine though. My biggest second complaint is that the faders are rather noisy. Hearing the motor move the faders is annoying, especially when playing back a mix. Buttons are not labeled so you have to memorize or print out the layout of what buttons do what in what DAW. Buttons are a little too clicky for me. While recording my podcast I always have to go back and edit out the clearly audible click the control surface makes when I'm punching in. If your recording someone not in the same room with you than you will be ok.

    Behringer is not known for their build quality but the build quality on the BCF2000 is better than it seems. At appearance it looks all plastic but holding it in person it has some weight and mass to it. All buttons are hard plastic.

    Despite the buttons being loud and clicky, loud motorized faders, no led screen showing tracks, and no button layout on the control surface, I still have to give this product a perfect 5. Reason is all those cons can be overlooked because of the price point. Again 8 motorized faders for $179 is a unbeatable deal. If this cost the price of normal 8 fader control surfaces I never would of even considered it. so if you are looking for an inexpensive control surface with 8 motorized faders your only option is the BCF2000, and its not a bad option to be stuck with.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • blackleblackle

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 10/15/11 at 10:49
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    It was my first experience in control surface. I learned a lot with it are even listed abstract was very annoying at times (sorely lacking in displays). It has management options and settings important but how to solve the software is often worthy of the logic of the greatest theories of quantum physics. After 7 years of loyal service (and at the insistence of my husband) I finally decided to move on (I guess he was getting tired of hearing me groan before the keys become recalcitrant) (or perhaps sick of me wasting time trying to understand why the knobs did not respond), (I know, I tend to overuse parentheses). But I do not forget that with this my behringer advanced in the world of compu…
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    It was my first experience in control surface. I learned a lot with it are even listed abstract was very annoying at times (sorely lacking in displays). It has management options and settings important but how to solve the software is often worthy of the logic of the greatest theories of quantum physics. After 7 years of loyal service (and at the insistence of my husband) I finally decided to move on (I guess he was getting tired of hearing me groan before the keys become recalcitrant) (or perhaps sick of me wasting time trying to understand why the knobs did not respond), (I know, I tend to overuse parentheses). But I do not forget that with this my behringer advanced in the world of computer music would have been even less simple without it.
    Finally, if you can not afford or simply do not want to buy you something other than this control surface, nothing of what I have written should dissuade you. It remains for an investment more than moderate an excellent choice. It is far from perfect, but it can work properly and that it is the most important.

    Sarah, a musician who would like to as computer music is bracketed by the time:)
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  • sYmphomansYmphoman

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 07/22/04 at 15:53
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    I've had four days.
    I love the 100mm faders (except for the zippers B4: it's a bit long for me, but I will remdier by changing the values ​​sent to spend a half-stroke), key programming fairly intuitive.
    I like the least gnral doc (except the technical part, which is pretty good), and lack of display for each pilot to know what when changing beach.
    This is my exprience Premire surface of CONTRL.
    I think the report qualitPrix exceptional!
    And, despite the difficulties encountered in beginners, I would do this choice (especially now I know how to operate on ...
  • CpierredonCpierredon

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 07/22/04 at 23:03
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    I reu July 20.
    I know dj use it!

    the fader alps are quality, a middle-range
    J'aprcie the encoder, which has over potentiomtres are indestructible.
    Its programing is very simple with an automatic mode (learn) and a manual mode
    you can really set anything with.
    construction seems solid, provided it does not let under the wheels of a bong
    Potentiomtres 8, 20 interuptor, 8 encoders function with puch,
    44 possible commands is multiplied by 4 to sries rglages per patch, a total of 32 patches, there is plenty to do.

    Software:
    Behringer offers rglage patches on their website for the main software squenceurs.
    software progam Pipelines Limited to soon

    problem, the USB part …
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    I reu July 20.
    I know dj use it!

    the fader alps are quality, a middle-range
    J'aprcie the encoder, which has over potentiomtres are indestructible.
    Its programing is very simple with an automatic mode (learn) and a manual mode
    you can really set anything with.
    construction seems solid, provided it does not let under the wheels of a bong
    Potentiomtres 8, 20 interuptor, 8 encoders function with puch,
    44 possible commands is multiplied by 4 to sries rglages per patch, a total of 32 patches, there is plenty to do.

    Software:
    Behringer offers rglage patches on their website for the main software squenceurs.
    software progam Pipelines Limited to soon

    problem, the USB part of the console can run on PC under Windows XP, Mr behringer, there are users who use Win 98, see Linux, so consider them ....
    238 in Germany, the best available.
    I bought two, I would take probably a BCR 2000
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  • TsherlayTsherlay

    Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000Published on 07/24/04 at 08:01
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    Rponse (via www.behringer) ('s remark Cpierredon)
    "The changes give USB is only possible under WinXP and Mac OSX.Cependant other operating systems (W98, OS9 etc.) Can also be utiliss with the use of Midi interfaces collection outdoor. Only here the application of USB is not possible.
    Notice: Use only one B-Control by Midi port to ensure maximum return on deals.
    "

    is indeed a pity!